Organization and Development of Russian Business: A Firm-Level Analysis by Tatiana DolgopyatovaOrganization and Development of Russian Business: A Firm-Level Analysis by Tatiana Dolgopyatova

Organization and Development of Russian Business: A Firm-Level Analysis

byTatiana Dolgopyatova, Ichiro Iwasaki, Andrei A. Yakovlev

Hardcover | July 16, 2009

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This book is designed to scrutinize the Russian business sector in transition with special attention to firm organization, business integration, corporate governance, and company management. Using a unique dataset of Russian joint-stock companies, the authors empirically analyze key issues for understanding the Russian corporate sector.
TATIANA G. DOLGOPYATOVA is a chief researcher at the Institute for Industrial and Market Studies and professor of the Faculty of Economics at the State University -- Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia. She received her PhD in economics (1978) and her Doctor Habilitation in economic sciences (1997) at Lomonosov Moscow State Uni...
Title:Organization and Development of Russian Business: A Firm-Level AnalysisFormat:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0 inPublished:July 16, 2009Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230217281

ISBN - 13:9780230217287

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Table of Contents


Chap 1: Emergence of Russian corporations: from the Soviet enterprise to a market firm

PART I: Ownership, internal control, and management system
Chap 2: Stock ownership and corporate control
Chap 3: Legal form of incorporation
Chap 4: Structure of corporate boards
Chap 5: Impacts of corporate governance and firm performance on managerial turnover
Chap 6: Managerial teams and firm restructuring

PART II: Business integration and its impact on corporate governance
Chap 7: Organizational patterns of corporate control and business integration
Chap 8: Corporate governance and decision-making in business groups
Chap 9: Impact of business integration on corporate restructuring and performance

PART III: The role of external actors in corporate governance
Chap 10: The banking sector and corporate finance
Chap 11: Business associations: Incentives and benefits from the viewpoint of corporate governance
Chap 12: State-business relationship and improvement of corporate governance

Appendix: Outline of the joint enterprise survey